Dana Dachman-Soled recently joined the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at University of Maryland, College Park as an assistant professor. Before coming to UMD, Dana spent two years as a postdoc at Microsoft Research New England. She completed her Ph.D. in Computer Science at Columbia University, where she was a recipient of the FF SEAS Presidential Fellowship. Dana's main research interests are cryptography and security. She is also interested in computational learning theory and property testing of Boolean functions.
- B.A. in Math and Computer Science from Yeshiva University
- Ph.D. in Computer Science from Columbia University
Why Fiat-Shamir for Proofs Lacks a Proof.
N. Bitansky, D. Dachman-Soled, S. Garg, A. Jain, Y. T. Kalai, A.
Lopez-Alt, D. Wichs.
Securing Circuits Against Constant-Rate Tampering.
D. Dachman-Soled, Y. T. Kalai.
On the Black-Box Complexity of Optimally-Fair Coin Tossing. D. Dachman-Soled, Y. Lindell, M. Mahmoody, T. Malkin.
Simple, Black-Box Constructions of Adaptively Secure Protocols. S.G. Choi, D. Dachman-Soled, T. Malkin and H. Wee.
Black-Box Construction a Non-Malleable Encryption Scheme from Any Semantically Secure One. S.G. Choi,
D. Dachman-Soled, T. Malkin and H. Wee. TCC, 2008.
Honors and Awards
Recipient of the FF SEAS Presidential Fellowship (4-year fellowship)